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Subject: The second of two shows for me!
Yep, it was on a sunday, the devil's day. I remember it was really windy! For about an hour. Then it settled down. After that, a really fine day with the dead in fine form. Phil was just great.They had his bass turned up for a change. That song by Brent... "Don't Need Love" That one was strange. The crowd was buzzing in confusion. But all in all...they all sounded like Europe 72! They really did!
I love this show because njpg doesn't like Don't need love!!!! Spread some love my friends! so please.GIVE IT A WHIRL>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead
Subject: Shaky show,
with the downer of "Don't Need Love" to boot.
Subject: Best show of 1984
Can anyone find me a better show from '84? The band was absolutely flawless this evening (in as much as a Dead show can be flawless)! The happiness, the synergy, and the pure raw jamming power were in full-force this evening at the Cal Expo. A magical venue indeed.
Each song is fantastically performed. Jerry is in rare form, Brent is key-clicking his toy piano, Phil's bass is big and loud; Bird Song, TLEO, Stranger, and even songs like My Brother Esau and Might as Well are especially hot.
The sound quality is pristine. Enjoy this one!